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Bursting with sweet blackberry flavor, Smucker’s ® Sugar Free Seedless Blackberry Jam with Splenda Brand Sweetener is a pure joy for your taste buds. Swirl it into creamy grits, or serve it with corn muffins.


Reinvent the turkey burger tonight! Try adding the tart and fruity zing of Smucker's ® Sugar Free Seedless Blackberry Jam and the salty deliciousness of crumbled goat cheese. Spread the jam and add caramelized onions. Sprinkle the cheese on top. Serve on a sourdough bun.

Combine Carbquik, water and sweetener in large bowl, mix well with pastry cutter or knead with hands until a thick ball forms, add additional water if necessary. Turn out onto flat work surface covered in wax paper. Top with another sheet of wax paper and gently roll out dough to a 10″ diameter to fit the skillet. Place on top of berries and place butter randomly on top of crust. Place in oven and bake 20 to 25 minutes, until crust is golden. Serve warm or room temperature. You can top with low carb vanilla ice cream or sugar free whipped cream.

You can use a smaller skillet if you prefer, you may have to adjust cooking times. You can alternatively use a pie plate, just prepare the berries in another pan and transfer. If your pie plate is glass, do NOT preheat oven.

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Blackberry was considered one of the major smartphone vendors in the world, specializing in secure communications and mobile productivity. At its peak in September 2013, there were 85 million BlackBerry subscribers worldwide. [4] [5] However, BlackBerry has since lost its dominant position in the market due to the success of the Android and iOS platforms; the same numbers had fell down to 23 million in March 2016. [6]

In 2015, BlackBerry re-focused its business strategy and began to release Android-based smartphones, beginning with the BlackBerry Priv slider and then the BlackBerry DTEK50 . However, BlackBerry COO Marty Beard told Bloomberg that "The company’s never said that we would not build another BB10 device." [7]

The first BlackBerry device, the 850, was introduced in 1999 as a two-way pager in Munich, Germany. [8] The name BlackBerry was coined by the marketing company Lexicon Branding . The name was chosen due to the resemblance of the keyboard's buttons to that of the drupelets that compose the blackberry fruit. [9]

The original BlackBerry devices, the RIM 850 and 857, used the DataTAC network. In 2003, the more commonly known convergent smartphone BlackBerry was released, which supports push email, mobile telephone, text messaging, Internet faxing , Web browsing and other wireless information services. [10]

BlackBerry gained market share in the mobile industry by concentrating on email. BlackBerry began to offer email service on non-BlackBerry devices, such as the Palm Treo , through the proprietary BlackBerry Connect software.

The original BlackBerry device had a monochrome display while newer models installed color displays. All newer models have been optimized for " thumbing ", the use of only the thumbs to type on a keyboard. The Storm 1 and Storm 2 include a SureType keypad for typing. Originally, system navigation was achieved with the use of a scroll wheel mounted on the right side of device models prior to the 8700. The trackwheel was replaced by the trackball with the introduction of the Pearl series, which allowed four-way scrolling. The trackball was replaced by the optical trackpad with the introduction of the Curve 8500 series. Models made to use iDEN networks, such as Nextel , SouthernLINC , and Mike also incorporate a push-to-talk (PTT) feature, similar to a two-way radio .

On January 30, 2013, BlackBerry announced the release of the Z10 and Q10 smartphones. Both models consist of touch screens: the Z10 features an all-touch design [11] and the Q10 combines a QWERTY keyboard with touchscreen features. [12]

On August 12, 2013, BlackBerry announced the intention to sell the company due to their increasingly unfavourable financial position and competition in the mobile industry. [14] Largely due to lower than expected sales on the Z10 , BlackBerry announced on September 20, 2013 that 4,500 full- and part-time positions (an estimated 40% of its operating staff) have been terminated and its product line has been reduced from six to four models. [15] On September 23, 2013, Fairfax Financial , which owns a 10% equity stake in BlackBerry, made an offer to acquire BlackBerry for $4.7 billion (at $9.00 per share). Following the announcement, BlackBerry announced an acceptance of the offer provisionally but it would continue to seek other offers until November 4, 2013. [16]

There is nothing quite like homemade jam. It seems to taste so much more like the fruit it came from than jams you buy at the store. However, it’s no secret that jam is mostly sugar, and in fact, jam is one of those things that is tricky to make sugar-free. This is because it is sugar that gives jam its characteristic mouthfeel, and also because it acts as a preservative.

It being the height of the berry season, and having just purchased a flat of my favorite berry – a local variety of blackberry called the olallie berry, I decided to give sugar-free jam making a try.

The first thing I tried was the simple route: I just added some water and artificial sweetener (I favor liquid forms of Splenda which don’t have the off-flavors and extra carbs of powders) and boiled them down, hoping that the natural pectin would be enough.

I had seen recipes for sugar-free strawberry jam which included strawberry Jello. Since I was going for a fresh flavor, I decided to try using unflavored gelatin. For the blackberries, a bit less than a packet (a little less than 2 teaspoons) worked well for two cups of blackberries mixed with 2/3 cup of water and sweetener to taste. This produced a little less than a cup and a half of jam, and I liked the consistency. It was a little “bouncy”, and needed to be stirred, but it produced a credible and spreadable jam.

The strawberries did not come out as well, but it was OK.

Combine fresh or frozen berries and water (1/4 cup per cup of berries for not/Sugar and 1/3 cup for gelatin). Bring to a boil and cook berries for 4 to 5 minutes. Mash the berries against the side of the pot to break them down (or you can use a potato masher or stick blender). Whisk in thickener in amounts as described above. Spoon into clean freezer-safe containers, and cool.

Hello!  How have you been?  It’s been a rough 4-5 days here pregnancy wise… like the second trimester brought on morning sickness and massive headaches.  Oye.  No fun.  Finally this morning I woke up feeling much better and more like myself.  Although there have been some not so fun days, I’ve still been keeping myself busy and as productive as I can with canning!  Over the weekend I made peach salsa and nectarine-lime jam.

The pictures are beautiful, it’s well written with creative recipes and plus I think it’s super cool that the author is a blogger (her blog is called Food in Jars ).  I picked it up from the library but think it will be a good investment to have in the house.

Blackberry jam is super easy because you don’t have to cut or peel the fruit, just wash and mash.  I wanted to make a low sugar jam.  Most low sugar recipes still call for 4 cups of sugar, but that just seemed like a lot, so I went with less.

First I got my resources together.  The two that I pulled from were how to make blackberry jam from PickYourOwn and the SURE.JELL for less or no sugar needed blackberry jam recipe .  I followed the canning directions, but basically added sugar to the taste I liked.

I used wild blackberries Jacob and I picked together, which I hear have more seeds in them than store bought berries.  I didn’t remove any seeds, and the jam was definitely a bit seedy.  We still like it and have been eating it, but next time I might follow the steps for how to remove half the seeds.  It’s all based on taste though, make it how you’d like to eat it!

Note:  Since I went with less sugar than the normal recommended amount, it may not stay preserved as long.  Sugar is a natural preservative, so when you reduce that, you reduce the amount of time it will be shelf stable for.

I just made blackberry jam a few weeks ago! I make it every year and love it! I also made the low sugar version. So much better than the full sugar! I’m hoping to go get tomatoes this weekend to make salsa and maybe tomato sauce. Love having homemade goodies on hand!

How long would you recommend these are shelf stable for? Also what is a good method to remove seeds? I’m going to make a low sugar 5 berry jam for the first time and I’m nervous that I’ll mess it up!

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Over time, smartphones often become bogged down by unnecessary files and unused applications, leading to low memory and sluggish processing. To address this problem, BlackBerry Bold users should regularly delete any form of data they no longer use or need. This can include emails, text messages, photos, apps, and contacts, and it's not hard for most people to find a number of items that can be removed without consequence. By doing so, space becomes freed up for other purposes, which means users are less likely to run out of memory. When available application memory runs low, the BlackBerry Bold Touch 9900 series phone will display a list of applications and languages that are not frequently used, allowing users to quickly free up space before moving on.

BlackBerry smartphone owners who find they often run low on free space should examine the data stored on their device to determine if anything can be removed. BlackBerry 9900 and BlackBerry 9930 users can use the simple techniques outlined in the following chart to increase the amount of available memory on their phone.

It's a good idea for BlackBerry users to consider the implications before permanently deleting anything from their phone. To avoid losing important data, many people periodically save a smartphone backup file to their computer, and this is helpful in the event of theft, loss, or file corruption. Along with deleting data and files that are no longer needed, another tactic used to maximize free space involves changing certain smartphone settings to ensure efficient use of memory.

Oftentimes, unbeknownst to BlackBerry owners, certain device settings will unnecessarily drain free space with each incoming message or new calendar entry. Those who never delve deep into the owner's manual may not realize that a few adjustments can make all the difference. Most importantly, users should always utilize the option to compress files, which allows the device to store data in the smallest possible format. BlackBerry Bold Touch 9900 and 9930 users can also tweak various storage settings to help conserve memory.

By finding a combination of settings that cuts down on continual memory depletion, smartphone users will exercise more control over the way free space is used on their device. BlackBerry 9900 series owners can explore the file storage options outlined in this chart to find everyday ways to reduce memory usage.

By changing the size and format of the photos and videos taken with a BlackBerry Bold Touch, less free space is needed; though this can affect picture quality, it's worthwhile for those who use this feature often; media files can also be saved directly to a memory card

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Over the past weeks, we've brought you BlackBerry keyboard shortcuts , tricks for advanced users , free software downloads , as well as tips on how to extend your battery life and put your Bluetooth to good use . This week, we're offering up seven device memory tweaks to keep your RIM smartphone fast and responsive.

(Note: You can check how much memory your device is using at any given point by clicking the Options icon on your BlackBerry home screen--the icon looks like a wrench--and clicking Status. You'll then see a number of bytes for your total device memory [File Total] and your free memory [File Free].)

The more applications you have on your BlackBerry, the less free memory that's available to you. New BlackBerrys ship with a wide variety of applications that you may not need or even know about. And you've probably downloaded a number of third-party apps with good intentions, then only used them occasionally if at all.

To delete programs from your BlackBerry, click the Options icon on the device's home screen. Then scroll all the way to the top of the list and select Advanced Options. When you click Applications inside this menu, your device will build a list of all apps on your device. Scroll through them and you'll probably find a number of programs that you don't need. Delete apps by scrolling over them and hitting your BlackBerry menu key. Select Delete and confirm that you want to remove the app when the dialogue box pops up.

A few examples of applications you may want to remove are the Help app, games like BrickBreaker, the Password Keeper and the BlackBerry Messenger--if don't use instant messaging or employ another app, like AIM for BlackBerry. (Note: You often need to restart your device for app deletions to take effect.)

Click your Messages icon on the BlackBerry home screen to open your messaging application, and then hit the BlackBerry menu key. Scroll down the list until you see Options, in the next menu choose General Options, and then scroll down to Keep Messages. Set that option to the smallest number of days/months you can tolerate. Obviously, the lower the number of days, the more memory you'll free over time. You can keep your messages for as long as you want--forever, if you choose--but 15 days is the shortest time period

You can also minimize the amount of device memory taken up by messages by keeping a tidy inbox. Don't let your message counter get out of control, if you've got 50 or 100 unopened messages that you already read on your laptop, get rid of them on your BlackBerry. One easy way to delete a bunch of messages without having to go through each one is to hold the left or right Shift key while scrolling through your inbox or outbox. This highlights all the messages you scroll past until you release Shift. Then simply hit your BlackBerry Menu key and select Delete to get rid of the list.

You can also delete all messages sent or received before a specific date. To do so, scroll down to a date line and hit the BlackBerry Menu key. From there, select Delete Prior, and you'll trash all previous messages.

The blackberry is an edible fruit produced by many species in the Rubus genus in the Rosaceae family , hybrids among these species within the Rubus subgenus, and hybrids between the Rubus and Idaeobatus subgenera. The taxonomy of the blackberries has historically been confused because of hybridization and apomixis , so that species have often been grouped together and called species aggregates . For example, the entire subgenus Rubus has been called the Rubus fruticosus aggregate, although the species R. fruticosus is considered a synonym of R. plicatus . [1]

What distinguishes the blackberry from its raspberry relatives is whether or not the torus ( receptacle or stem) "picks-with" (i.e. stays with) the fruit. When picking a blackberry fruit, the torus does stay with the fruit. With a raspberry, the torus remains on the plant, leaving a hollow core in the raspberry fruit.

The term " bramble ", a word meaning any impenetrable thicket , has traditionally been applied specifically to the blackberry or its products, [2] though in the United States it applies to all members of the Rubus genus. In the western US, the term caneberry is used to refer to blackberries and raspberries as a group rather than the term bramble.

The usually black fruit is not a berry in the botanical sense of the word. Botanically it is termed an aggregate fruit , composed of small drupelets . It is a widespread and well-known group of over 375 species, many of which are closely related apomictic microspecies native throughout Europe, northwestern Africa, temperate western and central Asia and North and South America. [3]

Unmanaged mature plants form a tangle of dense arching stems, the branches rooting from the node tip on many species when they reach the ground. Vigorous and growing rapidly in woods, scrub, hillsides, and hedgerows, blackberry shrubs tolerate poor soils , readily colonizing wasteland, ditches, and vacant lots. [3] [5]

The flowers are produced in late spring and early summer on short racemes on the tips of the flowering laterals. [4] Each flower is about 2–3 cm in diameter with five white or pale pink petals . [4]

The drupelets only develop around ovules that are fertilized by the male gamete from a pollen grain. The most likely cause of undeveloped ovules is inadequate pollinator visits. [6] Even a small change in conditions, such as a rainy day or a day too hot for bees to work after early morning, can reduce the number of bee visits to the flower, thus reducing the quality of the fruit. Incomplete drupelet development can also be a symptom of exhausted reserves in the plant's roots or infection with a virus such as Raspberry bushy dwarf virus .

Blackberry leaves are food for certain caterpillars ; some grazing mammals, especially deer, are also very fond of the leaves. Caterpillars of the concealer moth Alabonia geoffrella have been found feeding inside dead blackberry shoots. When mature, the berries are eaten and their seeds dispersed by several mammals, such as the red fox and the Eurasian badger, as well as by small birds. [7]

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I make this Low-Carb / Sugar-Free Fresh Berry Pie recipe with fresh blackberries , but I think it would work great with raspberries, too. Actually, my very favorite berry to use is the olallieberry , a variety of blackberry which grows near the West Coast of the United States, and is named after the Chinook Indian word for "berry." 

Serving Suggestion:  Top with whipped cream flavored with a bit of vanilla and sweetener. Here is  How to Make Whipped Cream .

Nutritional Information: Each serving has 5.5 grams effective carbohydrate plus 6 grams fiber, 5 grams protein, and 189 calories.





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